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Will for Remarried People with Minor Children

Every parent with minor children has a responsibility to create a last will and testament. Simplify Estate Planning for Second Marriages by using this last will and testament form. The Will for... Read More

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  • What is a Will for Remarried People with Minor Children?

    Every parent with minor children has a responsibility to create a last will and testament. Simplify Estate Planning for Second Marriages by using this last will and testament form. The Will for Second Marriages allows you to provide for children from a prior or current marriage. It will remain valid even after your children become adults. To get started, we'll walk you through some basic questions about what you want to happen to your things after death; for example, who will receive your property and who will make sure your wishes are followed.


    Use the Will for Remarried People with Minor Children document if:

    • You'd like to pass along property, including digital assets*, to your minor children after you die.
    • When estate planning for a second marriage it is important to determine your ideal arrangement for property or other important assets.
    • You'd like to name who is going to carry out the will's terms.
    • You'd like to name who will be the guardian for your minor children.

      Note: For 2012, the federal estate tax exemption amount is $5,120,000. If you expect your estate to exceed that, this document is best used as a reference tool. A lawyer should be consulted for more complex estate planning.
    • Digital assets are any online accounts or files stored on a computer or server. Examples of digital assets: blogs, email accounts, online backup services, photo and document sharing websites, financial and business accounts, domain names, virtual property, social-networking websites and computer files.

    This Will can be used if you are remarried and have minor children from a prior marriage.

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